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DELTA-Q 36 VOLT CHARGER

40739Aw/remote LED 36 Volt


40844A
24Volt

Used on Focus Walk Behind


Used on Boost 32 and Encore 2426 OBC

REVISION DATE: 12/08/05


Change name from SPE to Delta-q

Is charger connected to A.C.? If


NO connect to a good A.C.
Circuit

Verify there is A.C. power at


the charger. Does the A.C.
L.E.D. light?

Is the A.C. LED lit?

No

Yes

Is any Green or Yellow


LED flashing?

No

Is a Red LED flashing?

Yes

Yes
No

No
Yes

Yes

Is the A.C. LED lit and the


batteries not charged

Go to Page 3
Fault Box

No

Replace Battery Charger

Go to Page 3 A.C.
LED Box

Battery charger is OK Go to
final verification Box Page 4

LEDProblemSuggested SolutionA.C. The A.C. Power supply is LowCheck the A.C. circuit and if Low see if there is a different circuit for charging. Will
not harm the charger but will extend charging timesAmmeterReduced charging currentBe sure charger is properly ventilated. If no causes for over
heating is found, Replace charger 80%Short Flash battery pack is less than 80%charged Long Flash battery pack is over 80% charged Normal
Operation. If this LED nevers changes stages to 100% Replace charger100%Flashing is battery is in the finish stage
Steady is battery is charged This can last serval hours and indicates normal operationSINGLE REMOTE L.E.D.Flashing GreenAt a rate of once per
secondBatteries are charging. Time LED is on /Off is the state of chargeRate of 1 flash per 1.5 to 2 seconds or flashes a number of times and then
pausesA battery is not detected and the number of flashes indicates the charge algorithm. Check all battery connectionsFlashing YellowReduced
charging current due to high internal charger temperaturesInsure charge is ventalated and the cooling fins are not dirty

FROM PAGE 2 Fault Box

FAULT CODES EXPLAINATION (RED led Flashing)1 FlashOpen battery cell or open circuitCheck the batteries and wiring. Once the fault is cleared
the charger will auto reset. 2 FlashesLow battery voltage was sensedBad Battery or loose connctions. Charger will not start if the battery voltage is too
low3 FlashesCharger charge cycle timed out. Once the fault is correected the charger must be unplugged from AC power and wait minimum of 30
seconds and then reconnectWas a different batterysize or type just installed? If so check to make sure battery is for this machine. Was the ambient
temperature hotter than normal. If so insure the charger is not over heating. Insure good ventalation and cooling fins are clean. If everything is OK
Repalce Charger4 FlashesCharger could not complete the final charging stageCheck batteries for bad cells or low water and battery wiring. If no
problem found Replace Charger5 FlashesCharger has reached maximum internal temperature Once the fault is corrected the charger must be
unplugged from AC power and wait minimum of 30 seconds and then reconnectWas the ambient temperature hotter than normal. If so insure the
charger is not over heating. Insure good ventalation and cooling fins are clean. If everything is OK Repalce Charger6 FlashesCharger Internal Fault
Charger. Once the fault is corrected the charger must be unplugged from AC power and wait minimum of 30 seconds and then reconnectCheck
batteries, Check battery connections, With A.C. power OFF, check continuity between the Green wire Red wires on the D.C. Output. If no continuity
fuse blown Repalce Charger

FROM PAGE 2 A.C. LED

1. Check Battery Connections


2. Check Open Battery Voltage
For 24 Volt Pack
If over 30 volts charger will not start
If under 12 volts charger will not start
For 36 Volt Pack
If over 45 volts charger will not start
If under 18 volts charger will not star

FROM PAGE 2 Final Verification

As a final verification check of the charging system


1. Disconnect AC power from the battery charger
2. Turn key switch ON and verify machine functions work
3. Connect AC power to the battery charger
4. Verify Charger goes through the initialization stage
5. Verify that all machine functions turn OFF
6. Use a current meter to verify at the battery pack the charger is putting
out the Amperage displayed on the charger. If not check wiring